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Describing Rotations

Describing Rotations 1.4 - Solution

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Let's start by looking at the given polygon.

We will rotate each vertex and then connect the images. Let's start by rotating A.A. To do so, we will draw AO\overline{AO} and then construct AO\overline{A'O} such that the segments are congruent and perpendicular.

By repeating the process with BB and C,C, we can obtain their images BB' and C.C'. Then, we connect A,A', B,B', and CC' to draw the image of the given triangle.